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Ric Noble (#47989037)
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Gordon family
Hi Ric, Thank you for the additional email and for taking the pictures of the other Gordon gravesites. There are a number of the Gordon family members in the Tremont Old Cemetery (and Tremont New Cemetery if I'm not mistaken), and the two you found are relatives of mine. My many thanks to you again!
Added by SBK on Apr 24, 2015 3:59 PM
Thank you!
Thank you so much Ric for taking the time to visit my relatives gravesite and take the pictures. I don't know if or when I'd ever have the chance to visit myself, so your time and help are greatly appreciated!
Added by SBK on Apr 22, 2015 4:53 PM
Frank Wentworth
William Wier and Mary Ann Noble
For the William Wier/Mary Ann Noble stones, they are not in the Wallace cemetery Queens county. I have created a Wallace cemetery in Shubenacadie (Mill Village) NS and placed William's father there (Charles Douglas Wier) should you decide to put them in the proper cemetery.

Frank Wentworth
Added by Frank Wentworth on Feb 22, 2015 7:48 AM
Thanks Ric,
A few years ago Terry Wilkins tried to round up members of the community to go and try to clean it up some but there wasn't enough turn out. me ,my husband and my nieces & nephews with a few members of the community tried but only made a small dent in the mess. The sign is gone now as well. You have done a marvelous job to record what you can.

Take care.

Added by DORIS ( FALES ) FRANCIS on Jan 23, 2015 11:32 AM

Thanks Ric. I do know about the cemetery lists available online but I think there are some buried there that don't have markers like my great aunt Florence. She never married and lived with her Fales family until her death.

Is the Wiswall cemetery still in a mess>
Added by DORIS ( FALES ) FRANCIS on Jan 23, 2015 9:20 AM
My name is Doris Fales Francis and I am Edward Fales Jr's youngest daughter. I am wondering since you are entering cemetery markers from Wilmot if you know if there is a list of internments in Wiswall Cemetery anywhere. I know my great aunt Florence Fales is buried with her mother Harriett Nice Fales & father Edward Whitman Fales Sr. but there is no marker there. Are you related to the Nobles who lived in Wilmot?


Added by DORIS ( FALES ) FRANCIS on Jan 23, 2015 7:56 AM
Barry Gates
Hey Ric. Perhaps you can help me out here. I noticed the duplicates before I noticed that it was the Cemeteries that were duplicates, not the memorial pages. Do you know what is going on here? Can I help? If not, what is the desired outcome that I can aim towards? Regards, Barry Gates
Added by Barry Gates on Jan 22, 2015 11:21 AM
Sarah J B F
RE: William Ray
Oh, thank you! I thought you meant there was an image of a newspaper clipping. Got it! Thanks!
Added by Sarah J B F on Jan 19, 2015 6:59 PM
Sarah J B F
RE: William Ray
I don't see the newspaper article you are talking about on your memorial for William Ray. You can just post it or email the article to me and I will add it.
Added by Sarah J B F on Jan 19, 2015 1:16 PM
Paul V. Bradley, Jr.
RE: Norman C. Noble
Hi Norman,

Sorry for taking so long to reply. I know nothing of this man. He at one time dated my mother's cousin, Phila Knowles, and his photos were in a box of pictures given to me after she passed. Friends of hers identified him. Sorry I couldn't be of more help.

Added by Paul V. Bradley, Jr. on Dec 17, 2014 11:54 PM
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